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    Have been using a tru ball cyclone for a couple years now.

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    Scott Mongoose, single caliper. Age, 8 or 9 years old. Used it for everything at one time. Wore out one strap. I also use the TRU Ball Tornado, but don't like the strap.

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    truball copperhead

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    trufire hurricane buckle they had it on sale at dick's for 29.99
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowhntr View Post
    trufire hurricane buckle they had it on sale at dick's for 29.99
    Good buy,I paid over $40 for mine
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    I have two tru-ball stingers. I really like the spring loaded jaws. Never a problem with either
    '14 ChillR 28.5"/74# Extreme Recon sight,Schaffer Opposition rest,LS modular stab, Beman ICS Hunter 340

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    Using a Tru-Fire FB. Best release I've used so far. I like the buckle strap, and really like the fold back feature. Makes it nice climbing in and out of stands, or opening a day pack, etc. The buckle strap also gives a very nice repeat fit on the wrist. The release always feel the exact same every time I shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    Using a Tru-Fire FB. Best release I've used so far. I like the buckle strap, and really like the fold back feature. Makes it nice climbing in and out of stands, or opening a day pack, etc. The buckle strap also gives a very nice repeat fit on the wrist. The release always feel the exact same every time I shoot.
    So you like it better than the velcro strap?

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    does anyone hunt with a back tention release? i've got a touch of target panic , read where a back tention would help with that. so i'm going to give one a try. i ordered a scot longhorn hex, it has a safty so it doesn't go off on the draw i guess i will find out it will be here soon. if anyone has used one let me know what you think about it
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    Yes I do. I shot with the velcro strap for years. As we all know, once they get used a bit, they tend to let you know just about where you've been wearing it as far as tightness. The one thing that caught me right off the bat with the buckle release is, from day one, you know exactly where you had it set last time. Not having the release in the same spot each time is just another variable that can cause minor variances in accuracy and feel. I know exactly what strap hole to use if I'm shooting in warmer weather with light gloves or no gloves, and what hole to use for heavier gloves in cold weather. Just a bit of a confidence builder I think.
    2006 Rytera Bullet X 60#---2008 Moab 70#
    2008/12 Firecat 60#--- 2010 Warthog 70#
    2009 Warthog 70#
    2010 Strother SR-71 65# & 2012 Strother Rush 65#
    2012 Strother SX Rush 60# & 2011 Strother Infinity 70#
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